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Fatenkov A.N. Memory and existence in the reminiscence of the war

Published in journal "Philosophy and Culture", 2016-1 in rubric "Dasein of the human being", pages 108-116.

Resume: In conjunction with the existential edge of the being and correlation with the historical type of the world perception, this article examines the human memory individual and collective. Not every individual memory is existentially rich, and not every collective memory is deprived of existential motifs. Speaking of the collective memory, it is important to differentiate an actual memory of the people from their historical memory. The latter along with the historical consciousness as a whole, is critically evaluated. The author focuses attention on the problems of mindfulness of the Great Patriotic War, as well as existential perception of the war itself. The contradictions of life and its descriptions are resolved by intuition, strengthened by a personal responsibility, The author claims and substantiates the thought, that the people who have the right to speak about war are those who have either gone through it, or those whose families lives were affected by it. Pomposity and political conjuncture are inappropriate in this regard. The opinion of the victors is of most importance. War ultimately actualizes the problem of humanism, and in particular, the bloody opposition soldier-torturer.

Keywords: literature, history, torturer, soldier, war, now, past, memory, existence, humanism

DOI: 10.7256/1999-2793.2016.1.16264

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